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UConn Football

The UConn Huskies football team became an NCAA Division I-A team in 1999. It has been a member of the Big East Conference since 2004. The team plays its home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford.
The UConn Huskies football team became an NCAA Division I-A team in 1999. It has been a member of the Big East Conference since 2004. The team plays its home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford. « Show less

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  • Report Card: UConn Vs. Cincinnati

    Report Card: UConn Vs. Cincinnati
    Defense Line: Allowed Rod Moore to average 5.1 yards per carry and Rush for 108 yards becoming only the third back to do so against the Huskies this season. Huskies played a three-man front to better defend the pass opening the door for the success on...
  • Memphis An Example Of Worst To First For UConn

    Memphis An Example Of Worst To First For UConn
    EAST HARTFORD — The Huskies are traveling to play a Memphis team (8-3, 6-1) that was in about the same position the Huskies are in now, but this year's Tigers have righted things enough to sit atop the American Athletic Conference. Is it not...
  • Cincy's Jake Golic (West Hartford) Making An Impression

    Two days after the Cincinnati Bearcats stormed through East Hartford, coach Tommy Tuberville was evaluating his surging team. Cincinnati (7-3) has won five in a row, including the 41-0 victory over UConn Saturday. There is much to like about the...
  • UConn Losses, On Field, On Roster, Keep On Mounting

    UConn Losses, On Field, On Roster, Keep On Mounting
    STORRS – When the UConn football team ended the 2013 season with three consecutive wins against AAC opponents, there was some optimism for 2014. The Huskies defeated Temple on the road, showed some grit to overpower rival Rutgers, which was heading...
  • Davis Struggling With Lack of Playing Time For UConn Football

    Davis Struggling With Lack of Playing Time For UConn Football
    STORRS – To say that UConn senior wide receiver Geremy Davis's season hasn't gone the way he hoped would be the understatement of the year. This was shaping up to be a big season for him. All last season he praised wide receivers coach/offensive...
  • UConn Goes Into Memphis With Much To Prove

    UConn Goes Into Memphis With Much To Prove
    Two games. That's all that is left for the UConn football team in yet another disappointing season. The year 2014 will end just as the previous three have, with the Huskies home for the holidays. That's not how it's supposed to be for a college...
  • QB Nebrich, After Leaving UConn, Excelling At Fordham

    QB Nebrich, After Leaving UConn, Excelling At Fordham
    NEW YORK — The words came from the Jack Coffey Field press box with a full-throated fury. "That spit is on you! You're a senior quarterback! Act like it!" Michael Nebrich had just thrown a lousy pass into the middle of the field picked off by...
  • UConn Will Try to Keep Army From Marching Down The Field

    The Army Black Knights are the fifth-best rushing team in the country. UConn is among the top 30 in the nation at stopping the run. Something is going to give when the teams hook up Saturday at Yankee Stadium (3:30 p.m., CBS Sports Network) for a...
  • WR Noel Thomas Becomes More Prominent In UConn's Offense

    WR Noel Thomas Becomes More Prominent In UConn's Offense
    STORRS – Although we're not seeing UConn receiver Geremy Davis overpowering people and catching balls, his influence, especially on fellow receivers, has been visible. And after the Huskies' victory against Central Florida on Saturday, sophomore...
  • Scattered Thoughts on Foley, Malloy and Registrar of Voters for Dummies

    Scattered Thoughts on Foley, Malloy and Registrar of Voters for Dummies
    Random thoughts, rants and ravings on the election: Have the Republicans finally learned their lesson? Greenwich millionaires are now 0-4 running for statewide office? Maybe next time they should endorse a self-funding millionaire from a different town?...
  • Army, Yankee Stadium: A Big Opportunity For UConn Football

    Army, Yankee Stadium: A Big Opportunity For UConn Football
    NEW YORK — UConn is playing football at historic Yankee Stadium for the first time Saturday against Army. It's a game the Huskies want to win, not so much because of the venue, which of course would be nice, but because they won last week for...